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Travel Blogs from Rieti
It stopped raining long enough for us to enjoy a day of drawing outside!
Our drawing class focuses on a variety of different areas, this particular week we took a class field trip to Tivoli, Italy. We focused on drawing at two different villas. Villa d'Este was commissioned by Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este in the 1500s. The villa itself still remains but the focus was on the ...
... see. We stopped in an old wares shop, basically a hoarder’s paradise owned by a friendly older man who was keen for a chat despite having no English.
Out of the walled town we found a park for lunch and then we were soon back on our way to Pompeii. We actually were staying in a town called Sant’ Agnello near Sorrento, which we were very pleased about as we began approaching the area of Pompeii and realising how poor an area it was. The homes by the freeway were ...
We decided to take a day trip to see Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli, Italy. Tivoli is only about 18 miles outside of Rome but it still took us two trains and an hour and a half to get there. The weather started off beautiful again but it was supposed to change to rain by the afternoon.
Hadrian's Villa was about an hours walk from the train station. We stopped at a grocery store along the way to get breakfast and lunch. We ate ...
I've seen animals in strange places-- like at a funeral or in the hospital. Now don't get me wrong, I like dogs and think they have a special place in our lives.
But, when I saw a leashed dog coming into the club, I was floored! ;-)
... Thats not the real reason to do it though. It is little things, like coming over a mountain pass onto the sunnier side of the valley and your helmet filling with the smell of warm pine trees. Or cutting along on a coast road and the smell of the sea, as if you are sailing.
You can get these feelings in a car but it ...